Printing from Apple I Pad Air

  ponytail 13:47 12 Jan 2015

Is it possible to print from a Apple I Pad AIR to my Brother DCP-J315W printer if it is how do we go about setting it up.

  iscanut 13:51 12 Jan 2015

You need an Air Print compatible printer. I have googled the printer and cannot see Air Print mentioned in the specs.

  Pine Man 15:12 12 Jan 2015

If it's a document, or similar, that you want to print why not send it, as an attachment to an email, to the computer that is connected to the printer.

  ponytail 15:31 12 Jan 2015

Thanks for the replies I just went into town and called into my local PC shop where I normally go and the guy there is very and he said the same as you that you need a printer compatible with a air pad and has a Brother printer which is compatible and the price is £89 but do we need two printers my Brother printer is only about 12 months old.As the I Pad air is my wifes will let her decide as she will be the user.

  iscanut 16:00 12 Jan 2015

I would go with Pine Man,s suggestion and save your money.

  john bunyan 16:54 12 Jan 2015

See Here:

other thread

  ponytail 19:45 12 Jan 2015

Hi John Bunyan I clicked on your link and this was on there

click here to woolwells post which was the 3rd one and do I need to download the app and if so will that solve the problem


  ponytail 19:47 12 Jan 2015

If so what do I need to download I have windows 7 64 bit.Thanks

  ponytail 19:53 12 Jan 2015

click here not sure if this link will work

  ponytail 19:54 12 Jan 2015

Is this what I need

click here for all these posts


  john bunyan 10:10 13 Jan 2015

Give it a try! I have a Canon that has an app for the iPad (not using Air Print) Just ensure the printer , router, and iPad are on the same wireless network (if you have more than one)

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